03.25.2018

​Forensic Architecture seeks amateur footage for 3D model of Grenfell Tower fire

A research agency has launched an open-ended independent investigation into the circumstances surrounding the unprecedented London fire that claimed 71 lives.
03.21.2018

​Herzog & de Meuron to transform derelict Moscow brewery into ‘floating horizontal skyscrapers’

Swiss architects will raise apartments 35 meters off the ground and create urban park beneath.
03.19.2018

​Meet the international architects who seek to transform Russian housing

Home to of one the most ambitious residential projects in history, Russia is now seeking to create a new type of modern and sustainable housing. Strelka Magazine spoke to international architects whose designs may change living conditions across the country.
03.14.2018

​First-ever 'Dezeen Awards' to embrace sustainability & participation by smaller firms

Dezeen has announced that submissions are being accepted for its first-ever awards program.
03.07.2018

Indian architect Balkrishna Doshi wins 2018 Pritzker Prize

The 2018 winner of architecture's highest honor has been crowned. Indian architect Balkrishna Doshi walked away with this year's Pritzker Prize, which is often referred to as "architecture's Nobel."
03.07.2018

​Eva Franch i Gilabert chosen as new director of AA School of Architecture

The Architectural Association School of Architecture has announced that Eva Franch i Gilabert has been chosen as its new director following a vote which saw her receive the most support in a contested election since 1990.
03.05.2018

Creative practitioners invited to rethink town near Chernobyl

An open call has been issued for urbanists, architects, and artists to spend four weeks in the Ukrainian "atomic city" of Slavutych, which was built after the Chernobyl disaster in 1986.
03.05.2018

​Over 100 global cities now relying on green energy

The benefits of renewable energy are plentiful, and cities across the world are making huge strides to ditch fossil fuels for good.